|Date Added: February 17, 2012|
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Description: This next tutorial is going to be based on an incredible species that was recently discovered on February 14th of this year. It is known as the smallest chameleon species and one of the smallest discovered reptiles ever to be found. Today I will be giving you a lesson on this particular lizard, and I think you will all say “how cute”. So without further ado, let us learn "how to draw Brookesia micra", step by step. These tiny little reptiles were discovered on the island of Nosy Hara which is in Antsiranana Madagascar. If you’re wondering why this chameleon species is drawn sitting on the tip of a match stick, it’s because that is to show you guys how small they really are. The measure in at around three centimeters, but can grow up to about 0.63 inches. The Brookesia micra were discovered by a team of researchers from the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology which was led by a fellow by the name of Frank Glaw. More information about this incredibly small and adorable species has to still yet be discovered. For now you can have fun as you begin drawing the tiniest chameleon in the world. Have fun guys and be sure to let me know what you think.